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Kachina Multimodal Transportation Study
Pumphouse GreenwayDescription of Study 
The recently completed 2009 Kachina Village Multimodal Transportation Study addresses the current and future pedestrian, bicycle, and transit mobility needs and winter maintenance best management practices. The results of the study will be a useful guide outlining projects to improve pedestrian mobility and safety in Kachina Village.

Funding for the Study
This study was funded in 2009 by a Planning for Arizona’s Rural Areas (PARA) grant ($75,000) from the Arizona Department of Transportation. The 12-month study combined public involvement with input from a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) that included Coconino County’s Parks and Recreation, Community Development, and Public Works as well as the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization, and the Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority.

Thanks for the Help
Many thanks to those who worked to initiate this study including Coconino County District Supervisor Matt Ryan, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Brian Blue, the public who participated in the open house workshops, and all the members of the TAC.

View the Study
View the documents that make up the Kachina Village Multimodal Transportation Study:
Executive Summary
Final Report
Current and Future Conditions
Proposed Program of Projects

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